Download Print this page

Siemens DMS8000 Application & Planning

Hide thumbs

Advertisement

Quick Links

DMS8000 MP4.81
Application & Planning
For:
- MM8000 Management Station
- MK8000 OPC Server
- NK8000 Networks
With WW8000 Composer
Building Technologies
CPS Fire Safety

Advertisement

loading

  Related Manuals for Siemens DMS8000

  Summary of Contents for Siemens DMS8000

  • Page 1 DMS8000 MP4.81 Application & Planning For: - MM8000 Management Station - MK8000 OPC Server - NK8000 Networks With WW8000 Composer Building Technologies CPS Fire Safety...
  • Page 2 No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the express written permission of Siemens Switzerland Ltd. All software described in this document is furnished under a license agreement and may be used or copied only in accordance with license terms.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    DMS8000 multiple host configuration – BACnet/IP ....23 2.3.3 Modbus Gateway for fire applications and network separation 24 2.3.4 DMS8000 multiple or single host – network redundancy with dual LAN ................25 2.3.5 DMS8000 – support of dial-up connections ......26 Automation level configurations ............
  • Page 4 5.5.3 Modems ................. 86 5.5.4 Ethernet ................. 86 5.5.5 FDDI/CDDI ................87 5.5.6 xDSL..................88 Licenses ..................... 88 Appendix A – DMS8000 network connectivity options ........89 Appendix B – Checklist ..................91 Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 5: About This Document

    Security Disclaimer Products, solutions and services from Siemens include security functions to ensure the secure operation of building automation and control, fire safety, security manage- ment, and physical security systems. The security functions on these products, solu- tions and services are important components of a comprehensive security concept.
  • Page 6 - Training program information including the Siemens intranet link - A complete list of all available DMS8000 documents - Instructions for how to obtain a document via the Siemens intranet using the Siemens Asset Portal - A map of relevant documents for each target audience group - Customer Support links &...
  • Page 7 Date Notes - NK823x Web Server for monitoring and configuration - FTP passive mode supported A6V10063710_a_en 06.2013 Application & Planning edition for all Siemens DMS, Net- work, and 3 party products (MP4.60) Updates include: – XLS panel support by MK8000 –...
  • Page 8: Introduction - Products Concept

    As the needs and expectations of the market continue to advance at the pace of tech- nology, IC BT aims to provide products that meet those needs and expectations. Siemens’ family of products are designed to serve the market for small to medium-size local systems, campus-size configurations (LAN applications), and for geographical networks (WAN applications).
  • Page 9: Connectivity - Nk8000 Networks

    The NK82xx Ethernet Ports are used to connect local and distributed safety and secu- rity devices to DMS8000 Management Stations. The Ethernet Port provides a first level of centralisation, and acts as a secure communication partner for DMS8000. All ports come with optional housing solutions with autonomous power supplies.
  • Page 10: Enhanced Connectivity Capabilities For Nk8232/Nk8235

    NK823xs. ® See more about interactions in section 4.4 on page 73. · The DMS8000 upstream devices (MM8000 or MK8000) must be equipped with the NS8011 Network Driver for BACnet/IP on Ethernet connectivity, the NS8210 Net- work Driver for TCP/IP on Ethernet connectivity, or with the NS8012 CDI-Net Driver for serial connectivity.
  • Page 11: What's New

    Introduction – products concept What’s new The following is a list of modifications included in MP4.81 for new functions and soft- ware improvements. Modification index Section Modification Security Disclaimer inserted New section NK8000 Security 5.4.2 List of NK823x port numbers updated Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety...
  • Page 12: Management Level Configurations

    Management level configurations Management level configurations This section lists the management configuration types that are supported in DMS8000 MP4.81 for: - MM8000 Management Station - MK8000 OPC Server - NK8000 Networks To see network connectivity options, refer to Appendix A.
  • Page 13: Peer To Peer

    Management level configurations 2.1.2 Peer to peer Characteristics: - Each station is a stand-alone, and therefore contains all the software layers (cli- ent, server, and communication) - The stations can be connected to the communication level configurations, e.g. NK82xx Ethernet ports, which allow multiple routing. Fig.
  • Page 14 Management level configurations The following distributed configurations are available: · Small/medium configuration: In this configuration, a main station provides for the server functions, including local and networked (NK82xx) communication. Then, one or more stations running the client are connected to the server (See Fig. 3 and Fig. 4.). Each client machine may contain any subset of the applications.
  • Page 15 Management level configurations Fig. 4 MM8000/MK8000 + SiPass small/medium distributed configuration Note: MM8000/MK8000 and SiPass servers may reside separately. This is recom- mended for large/high connectivity configurations. For technical details, please contact customer support. https://intranet1.siemens.com/org/bt/en/business/support/Pages/csc-fs.aspx Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 16 Marathon everRun™ FT software. This ensures zero downtime. In this solution, the field connectivity is based on a LAN connection. Fig. 6 MM8000/MK8000 fault-tolerant redundant configuration with dual servers Note: For technical details regarding this redundancy configuration solution, please contact customer support. https://intranet1.siemens.com/org/bt/en/business/support/Pages/csc-fs.aspx Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 17 Management level configurations · Multiple server configuration: For high reliability, the server is replicated, and a manual server switch functionality is available on the client station(s) in the event that a backup solution is desired. If the server fails, the client can switch to another server configured for the same project thus ensuring minimum connectivity interruption.
  • Page 18 Management level configurations · Multiple projects on separate servers configuration: MM8000 supports multiple projects residing on separate servers. These servers are available to client stations via a manual server switch functionality. This provides the ability to switch one or more clients from, for example, an intru- sion to a fire network.
  • Page 19: Support Of Mobile Devices

    DMS8000 Web Services can be set to view only mode. ® For details about how to set the DMS8000 Web Services in view only mode, see the MM8000 ICC (A6V10062413). To learn how to obtain this document, see the Documentation resource information section on p.
  • Page 20: Mobile Devices Connected Via Wlan Wireless Network

    On the mobile devices, the WLAN must be enabled and the mobile device needs to be connected to the WLAN wireless network. Fig. 10 DMS8000 Web Services – WLAN connection Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety...
  • Page 21: Mobile Devices Connected Via Internet

    Private Network (VPN) connection between the router and the mobile devices. In addition, we recommend using the IIS Client Certificate Mapping Authentication method in order to ensure that only mobile devices with a valid certificate are able to connect to the DMS8000 Web Services. Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 22: Mobile Devices Connected Via Umts

    Whenever the router is connected to the Internet via mobile telecommunications, it is assigned a dynamic IP address. For accessing the DMS8000 Web Services with the mobile devices, the router must be accessible from the Internet under a fixed domain name.
  • Page 23: Nk8000 Network Configurations

    - Preferred solution if system extensions with FS20 Sinteso/FS720 Cerberus PRO and/or DESIGO PX are expected - Preferred solution if only NK823xs are used (network-wide interactions) Fig. 14 NK823x DMS8000 BACnet multiple host configuration example Note: CS11 AlgoRex connectivity direct or via Cerloop. Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 24: Modbus Gateway For Fire Applications And Network Separation

    Modbus Gateway for fire applications and network separation Characteristics: - Communication layer equipped with NS8210 Network driver, CMSDL/IP proto- col or NS8011 BACnet Network driver, BACnet/IP protocol for DMS8000 - Up to four hosts (any combination MM8000/MK8000/TCP/IP Modbus client) - Simultaneous support of 3...
  • Page 25: Dms8000 Multiple Or Single Host - Network Redundancy With Dual Lan

    Management level configurations 2.3.4 DMS8000 multiple or single host – network redundancy with dual LAN Characteristics: - Communication layer equipped with NS8210 Network driver, CMSDL/IP or CEI 79-5 protocol, - Up to four hosts (limit two hosts for CEI) - Dual Ethernet connections for network redundancy...
  • Page 26: Dms8000 - Support Of Dial-Up Connections

    Management level configurations 2.3.5 DMS8000 – support of dial-up connections Characteristics: - Communication layer equipped with NS8210 Network driver and modem(s), CEI 79-5/IP protocol - NK82xx dial-ups as primary (no Ethernet connection) or secondary (in case network is down) via PSTN...
  • Page 27: Automation Level Configurations

    Automation level configurations Automation level configurations Configurations supported by MM8000/MK8000 The MM8000/MK8000 MP4.81 support the following: Automation level configuration types - Direct RS-232 - Cerloop - CDI-Net - NK8000 - Direct LAN - FCnet (SAFEDLINK) Network components - NK82xx - MK7022 - GW-21, GW20 Control units Note: For control unit versions, see MM8000 MP4.81 Release Notes (A6V10062509).
  • Page 28 Automation level configurations Video systems: - SIMATRIX, SIMATRIX NEO video crossbars - SISTORE AX, CX, MX (including NVS*), MXpro, SX, Vectis HX and iX NVR/NVS - TELSCAN - IP cameras (fixed) equipped with: - CCIS1337-LP - CFVA-IP - CVVA-IP *Network Video Software Access control: - SiPass Integrated Access Control System - CerPass CC30 (connected via SiPass)
  • Page 29: Configuration Types

    Automation level configurations Configuration types 3.2.1 ISO1745 direct configuration Fig. 18 ISO1745 direct configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for integration of CS11 AlgoRex (or FC700A) fire panels. The CK1142/43 (or FG700A) provides the liaison to MM8000/MK8000. Communication/connection The upstream side of the gateway (CK1142/43 or FG700A) is connected to the DMS via serial line.
  • Page 30 Automation level configurations Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000 MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 Fire panel CS11 AlgoRex Fire panel FC700A Network devices required Type Name Version ‡ Gateway for CS11 CK1142/43 ‡ Gateway for FC700A FG700A Additional components required for the various management station types Type...
  • Page 31: Cerloop Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.2 Cerloop configuration Fig. 19 Cerloop configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for integration of a number of Cerloop (proprietary Class A loop) connectable control panels. The MK7022 provides the liaison to MM8000/MK8000. Communication/connection The upstream side of the MK7022 gateway is connected to the DMS via serial line. The downstream side of the MK7022 is connected via Cerloop to different fire &...
  • Page 32 Automation level configurations Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000 MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 Fire panel CS11 AlgoRex Fire panel CZ10 Intrusion panel CS440 Intrusion panel Intrusion panel CZ12 Gas panel CC60 Digital PLC unit MF/MM7033 Système de STT11...
  • Page 33: Cs1115/Fc330A Direct Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.3 CS1115/FC330A direct configuration Fig. 20 RS-232 direct configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for integration of CS1115 (or FC330A) fire panels. Communication/connection Via serial line RS-232. Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000...
  • Page 34: Si410/420 Direct Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.4 SI410/420 direct configuration Fig. 21 Serial configuration via RS-232 example Fig. 22 Serial configuration via LAN tunnelling example System architecture This configuration allows for integration of SI410/420 intrusion panels. Communication/connection The connection can be via: - Serial line RS-232; - LAN, where the SI410/420 is equipped with a SMNxx (e.g.
  • Page 35 Automation level configurations Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000 MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 Intrusion panel SI410/420 Network devices required (for LAN tunnelling) Type Name Version LAN/RS-232 adapter SMN36/42/43 See SI410/420 documentation (internal) LAN/RS-232 adapter See LANTRONIX documentation (external) Additional components required for the various management station types...
  • Page 36: Spc 4000/5000/6000 Lan Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.5 SPC 4000/5000/6000 LAN configuration Fig. 23 SPC 4000/5000/6000 LAN configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for integration of SPC 4000/5000/6000 intrusion panels. Communication/connection The SPC 4000/5000/6000 intrusion panels are connected to the DMS via LAN. Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name...
  • Page 37: Access Control Lan Configuration

    MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 ‡ Access control SiPass Integrated party è See DMS8000 Access Control Connectivity Guide (A6V10062451). To learn how to obtain systems this document, see the Documentation resource information section on page 5. Network devices required Type Name Version LAN devices ‡...
  • Page 38 Automation level configurations Additional components required for the various management station types Type Additional Name Version components Foreign station OPC client head end Any OPC DA/UA OPC DA2.0x compliant client OPC UA 1.02 OPC Server MK8000 MP4.81 MM8000/ Access Control SiPass Integrated software MK8000...
  • Page 39: Bacnet/Ip Lan Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.7 BACnet/IP LAN configuration Fig. 25 Direct BACnet/IP LAN configuration for subsystems example Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 40 SAFEDLINK loops, where up to two stations (Global Access Point(s) or GAP(s)) act as the connection point for the DMS. For configuration and connectivity details, see the DMS8000 Network, Fire, and Intrusion Connectivity Configuration Guide (A6V10062425). ‡...
  • Page 41 Automation level configurations Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000 MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 Fire panel FS20 Sinteso Fire panel FS720 Cerberus PRO Fire panel STT20 ‡ Building DESIGO PX automation Additional components required for the various management station types Type Additional Name...
  • Page 42: Video Lan Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.8 Video LAN configuration Fig. 28 Video LAN configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for the integration of CCTV to MM8000 (full integration including live video) and MK8000 (event treatment and diagnostics only). Communication/connection The CCTV devices are connected to the DMS via LAN. Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name...
  • Page 43 Automation level configurations Additional components required for the various management station types Type Additional Name Version components Foreign station OPC client head end Any OPC DA/UA OPC DA2.0x compliant client OPC UA 1.02 OPC Server MK8000 MP4.81 Appropriate software SISTORE, according to specific TELSCAN device...
  • Page 44: Remote Notification Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.9 Remote notification configuration Fig. 29 Remote notification configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for the integration of a paging system to MM8000. Communication/connection The paging system is connected to the DMS via RS-232. Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Version...
  • Page 45: Opc Da Integration Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.10 OPC DA integration configuration Fig. 30 OPC DA integration configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for the integration of 3 party subsystems equipped with an OPC server, which can run on a separate PC or on the management station server. OPC connectivity for subsystems can be provided in two ways: Generic OPC subsystem tool: No software development necessary, but lim- –...
  • Page 46 Automation level configurations Additional components required for the various management station types Type Additional Name Version components MM8000 party OPC server Limits and restrictions Type Version Restrictions MM8000 MP4.81 8 OPC connections Please contact customer sup- port for more connections, tags. 10,000 OPC tags (in total) Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc...
  • Page 47: Nk82Xx Serial Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.11 NK82xx serial configuration Fig. 31 NK8000 serial configuration for MM8000/MK8000 example Note: Not all subsystems are configurable for MK8000. Refer to section 3.1. System architecture This configuration allows for integration of a number of Cerloop (proprietary Class A loop), Cerban and/or RS485 connectable control panels.
  • Page 48 Automation level configurations Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000 MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 Fire panel CS11 AlgoRex Fire panel FC700A Fire panel CS1115/FC330A Fire panel CZ10 Fire panel Fire panel SIGMASYS Fire panel D100 Intrusion panel CS440 Intrusion panel...
  • Page 49 Automation level configurations Additional components required for the various management station types Type Additional Name Version components Foreign station OPC client head end Any OPC DA/UA OPC DA2.0x compliant client OPC UA 1.02 OPC Server MK8000 MP4.81 CDI-Net Driver NS8012 MM8000 CDI-Net Driver NS8012...
  • Page 50: Nk82Xx Lan/Wan Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.12 NK82xx LAN/WAN configuration Fig. 32 NK8000 LAN/WAN configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for integration of a number of Cerloop (proprietary Class A loop), Cerban and/or RS485 connectable control panels. In addition it allows for CS6 Guarto integration via LON-bus.
  • Page 51 Automation level configurations Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000 MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 Fire panel CS11 AlgoRex Fire panel FC700A Fire panel CS1115/FC330A Fire panel CZ10 Fire panel Fire panel SIGMASYS Fire panel D100 Intrusion panel CS440 Intrusion panel...
  • Page 52 Any OPC DA/UA OPC DA2.0x compliant client OPC UA 1.02 OPC Server MK8000 MP4.81 Network Driver NS8210 Modem NK8021 (Analog); Siemens M20 or MC35i (GSM) MM8000 Network Driver NS8210 MP4.81 Modem NK8021 (Analog); Siemens M20 or MC35i (GSM) Limits and restrictions...
  • Page 53: Nk823X Ethernet Port With Bacnet Configuration

    Automation level configurations 3.2.13 NK823x Ethernet Port with BACnet configuration Fig. 33 NK823x Ethernet Port configuration example System architecture This configuration allows for integration of fire and intrusion detection systems. Communication/connection The NK823x is connected on the upstream side via BACnet/IP to MM8000 and/or MK8000, and can act as a BACnet Broadcast Management Device (BBMD).
  • Page 54 Automation level configurations Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000 MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 Fire panel FS20 Sinteso/ FS720 Cerberus PRO (NK823x only) Fire panel CS11 AlgoRex Fire panel FC700A Fire panel CS1115/FC330A (NK823x only) Fire panel Fire panel SIGMASYS/D100...
  • Page 55 Automation level configurations Limits and restrictions Type Version Restrictions MM8000 MP4.81 NK823x supports logical connections to a max. of 4 – hosts via proprietary CMSDL/IP protocol OR via MK8000 BACnet/IP protocol Dial-up via CEI protocol and network-wide- – interactions* via BACnet are currently not compatible FS20/FS720/STT20 supported by NK823x only –...
  • Page 56: Nk823X: Modbus Gateway Configuration For Fs20/Fs720/Stt20

    Automation level configurations 3.2.14 NK823x: Modbus Gateway configuration for FS20/FS720/STT20 Fig. 34 NK823x: Modbus Gateway configuration for FS20/FS720/STT20 example System architecture The NK823x Modbus Gateway functionality allows for integration of FS20/FS720 and STT20 fire detection systems into 3rd party Modbus head-end/automation systems on LAN or over a serial line.
  • Page 57 Automation level configurations Subsystems that can be connected in this way Type Name Supported by MM8000 MK8000 MP4.81 MP4.81 Fire panel FS20 Sinteso Fire panel FS720 Cerberus PRO Fire panel STT20 Network devices required Type Name Version NK8232/NK8235 Ethernet Port MP4.81 NK8237 Modbus Gateway...
  • Page 58 – Limit: Max. 5 FS20/FS720 units or 3 FS20/FS720 – and 5 STT20 units 3 Modbus and 1 DMS8000 hosts or 4 Modbus hosts: Limit 2,500 detectors in an FS20/FS720 system – Limit: Max. 4 FS20/FS720 units or 3 FS20/FS720 –...
  • Page 59: Nk8000 Networks

    Automation level configurations NK8000 Networks This section provides more specific details of the NK8000 components. 3.3.1 Product overview The following describes the hardware configurations available for NK82xx Ethernet Ports: Note: Please see product datasheets for details. NK8232 NK8232.2 Base module 2 Ethernet lines for remote station –...
  • Page 60 Automation level configurations The following are available for all of the NK82xx products: Further options NE8001 Wall-mountable, metallic cabinet with DIN-rail, including power supply unit. Input: 100 – 240 Vac; Output: 12Vdc 4A. DF8090 power supply Optional module on I C bus for supervising the NK82xx power supervision module supply and detecting power failures and battery low conditions.
  • Page 61: Installation

    Automation level configurations 3.3.2 Installation Typically NK82xx are installed in the enclosure of the subsystem and powered from the supervised power supply of the subsystem. NK82xx Ethernet Ports are supplied in a plastic box, easy to install on DIN-rails. Alternatively the NK82xx can be installed without the plastic box using the specific mounting kit for CS11 AlgoRex/CS440.
  • Page 62: Subsystem Connectivity Solutions

    Automation level configurations 3.3.3 Subsystem connectivity solutions The following control units are supported: Fire detection systems: - FS20/FS720 (NK823x only) - CS11 AlgoRex - FC700A - CS1115/FC330A (NK823x only) - SYGMASYS/D100 - STT11/STT20/STT2410 - CZ10 - XLS Intrusion detection systems: - CS4 - SI410/420 - CS440...
  • Page 63: Subsystems Connected Via Bacnet

    Example of a subsystem connected via BACnet Technical Notes · FS20/FS720/STT20 connected via NK823x can support interactions and network separation. · FS20/FS720/STT20 in FCnet/SAFEDLINK topology. · NK8237 does not support upstream connections to DMS8000 hosts. · Optional routing functions Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety...
  • Page 64: Subsystems Connected Via Rs232 Interface

    Automation level configurations Routing and firewall options: Stand-alone firewall: – Protection from external sabotage – Routing between Ethernet 1 and Ethernet 2 disabled – Edge firewall: – Protection of internal network (e.g. MM8000 connected to FS20) with – specific port access to external network (e.g. Modbus client via NK823x) Routing between Ethernet 1 and Ethernet 2 enabled –...
  • Page 65: Subsystems Connected Via Rs485 Interface

    Automation level configurations 3.3.3.3 Subsystems connected via RS485 interface The following control units are supported: · Siemens DF8000 digital I/O systems (DF8003, DF8020, DF8040, DF8045, DF8046 modules) · Modbus slave devices Fig. 39 Example of subsystems connected via RS485 interface Technical Notes: ·...
  • Page 66: Subsystems Connected Via Usb Lon Interface

    Automation level configurations 3.3.3.4 Subsystems connected via USB LON interface The following control units are supported: · Siemens CS6 Guarto intrusion detection systems (only one) Fig. 40 Example of subsystems connected to NK823x via USB LON interface Technical Notes: · Guarto CS6 Security System can be integrated via NK823x Ethernet Ports with an Echelon U10 USB Network Interface –...
  • Page 67: Cerloop Network Connected Via Mk7022

    Automation level configurations 3.3.3.5 Cerloop network connected via MK7022 The following control units are supported in a Cerloop configuration: Fire detection systems: - CS11 AlgoRex - CZ10 - STT11 (Système de Télécommande et Télésignalisation) - STT20 - STT2410 Intrusion detection systems: - CS4 - CS440 - CZ12...
  • Page 68: Power Supply Supervision And Digital I/O-Modules Connected Via I C-Bus

    Note: NK8235 can handle up to 4 independent Cerloop networks. 3.3.3.6 Power supply supervision and digital I/O-modules connected via I C-bus The following Siemens DF80xx modules are supported: - DF8090: Power supply supervision module (max. 1 module) - DF8020: 8-output relays module NK823x: Max.
  • Page 69: Rd Party Systems

    Automation level configurations party systems The MM8000 and MK8000 Danger Management Systems, and the NK8000 Networks MP4.81 support the following 3 party systems: Note: The following systems are available as add-on packages.* è Please refer to product-specific documentation. Automation level configuration types - Direct RS-232 - NK8000 - Direct LAN...
  • Page 70: Nk8000 Application Examples

    NK8000 application examples NK8000 application examples Local system Most of the sites where a management station is installed are local systems. Examples for local systems are: - Hotels - Office buildings - Shopping centres - Public buildings (such as museums) The following figure shows the various subsystem connections of an NK82xx in a local system.
  • Page 71: Distributed, Campus-Style Systems

    NK8000 application examples Distributed, campus-style systems Examples for campus size systems are: - Universities - Airports - Amusement parks (e.g. Disneyland) - Industries - Pharmaceutical companies - Hospitals - Automobile manufacturing plants The following figure shows a typical campus site configuration. The subsystems of each building are connected to an NK82xx Ethernet Port.
  • Page 72: Wide Area Extension Systems

    NK8000 application examples Wide area extension systems Examples for wide area extension systems are: - Metros - Pipelines - Banks with a network of branch offices - Telecom providers The following figure shows a typical geographical network configuration. The head- quarters is equipped with several subsystems connected to an NK8235 Ethernet Port.
  • Page 73: Interactions

    NK8000 application examples Interactions Interactions are possible between the subsystems connected to NK82xx and the digi- tal I/O modules. Incoming messages can trigger one or more command messages to other subsystems. Note: Incoming messages can be combined with the logical operators AND, OR, XOR, and NOT.
  • Page 74 NK8000 application examples Fig. 47 Local and network-wide interactions on NK823x Note: Network-wide interactions and dial-up connections are not currently compatible. Limitations: Local and network-wide interactions are limited to the following subsystems: - FS20/FS720 (NK823x only) - CS11 AlgoRex - FC700A - CS1115/FC330A (NK823x only) - XLS - STT20, STT2410...
  • Page 75: Nk8000 Network Planning

    NK8000 network planning NK8000 network planning NK8000 networks can be built as a dedicated safety- and security IP network, or can be integrated into an existing customer network (shared network). The NK8000 Secu- rity and IT rules apply in both cases. NK8000 Security To ensure the system security and prevent physical damages and attacks that may compromise the system integrity and confidentiality, make sure to install NK823x units...
  • Page 76: It Rules

    NK8000 network planning IT rules The NK8000 network supports the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet 10BaseT standard and 100BaseTX, which are based on a star topology. The cable specification for this standard is minimum Cat.5 UTP. We recommend you use Cat.6 cable, however, which fulfils the specification for 100BaseTX networks. Note: The maximum length for an Ethernet segment for Ethernet 10BaseT and 100BaseTX is 100m.
  • Page 77: Cable Lengths

    NK8000 network planning Fig. 48 10BaseT network with up to 4 repeaters in serial star topology 100Mbps network For a 100Mbps network, it is not possible to extend the line length with the 5-4-3 re- peater rule. This is due to the faster speed. The maximum number of repeaters in serial for 100Mbps Ethernet is 2.
  • Page 78: Dedicated Safety And Security Networks

    NK8000 network planning Dedicated safety and security networks We recommend you build dedicated safety and security networks whenever it is pos- sible. Advantages of dedicated safety and security networks are: - You control the network; - You choose the components; - You can place the network components in your own housings;...
  • Page 79 NK8000 network planning In the example in Fig. 49, the MM8000 Server and Client stations are connected to 100BaseT Switches, whereas the Ethernet Ports are connected to 10BaseT Hubs. One Ethernet Port is connected via Router (100BaseT) and WAN to the centre. When planning a dedicated safety- and security network with commercial Ethernet components, consider the following aspects: - Be aware that the maximum length of a segment is 100m;...
  • Page 80: Application Example With Industrial Ethernet Components

    NK8000 network planning 5.3.2 Application example with Industrial Ethernet components With Industrial Ethernet from Siemens Industry Automation, it is possible to build up large and powerful networks. Components that are designed specifically for industry enable problem-free data exchange over long distances.
  • Page 81 The maximum length for the fibre optic cable is: - 3 km with multimode fibre optic cable - 26 km with single mode fibre optic cable You can find more information about Industrial Ethernet at: https://www.automation.siemens.com/mcms/automation/en/industrial- communications/industrial-ethernet Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 82: Application Example With Open Transport Network (Otn)

    Application example with Open Transport Network (OTN) Open Transport Network (OTN) is a flexible private communication network of OTN Systems (formerly Nokia Siemens Networks), based on the fibre optic technology. This system allows interconnection of electronic equipment found in complex, basi- cally industrial installations through one single network, irrespective of the distances to be bridged.
  • Page 83: Shared Network

    NK8000 network planning the network depends on the fibre characteristics and the type of optical transceivers used (from 2 km with multimode fibre up to 95 km with G.652/G.653 fibre). The following image shows a NK8000 network, which uses an OTN network as backbone.
  • Page 84: Information You Need To Give To Your Customer

    · If the network is down, it is not possible to receive any information via the network; · The responsible person for the network is the customer, and not Siemens FS/FIS/SES. The customer should sign a contract that Siemens FS/SES disclaims any liability for the customer’s existing network.
  • Page 85: Network Bandwidth

    NK8000 network planning The following Port numbers are used by NK823x: - TCP Port number 3001 - TCP Port number 3001…3004 in multiple host configurations - TCP Ports 20 and 21 (for the FTP configuration and firmware download) - TCP Port 22 (SSH Secure Shell) - TCP Port 443 (HTTPS) - TCP Port 502 (default for Modbus connectivity, configurable) - TCP Port number 20500 (for the secure configuration and firmware download)
  • Page 86: Serial Interface (Rsxxx)

    NK8000 network planning Max. nodes per sub-network: 128 Max. number of repeaters per sub-network: 4 (5 segments) Detailed specifications: http://www.echelon.com/support/documentation/Manuals/ 5.5.2 Serial interface (RSxxx) Transceiver Media Max. Nodes Topol- Max. Connector Max. Distance Remarks per Segment Speed Type without spe- cial HW RS 232 3 wires...
  • Page 87: Fddi/Cddi

    NK8000 network planning 10BaseF 2 wire 1024 per the Star 10 Mbps ST, SC, or Up to 2 km Fibre 50, whole network various depending on 62,5 or connector the link budget 100 mm 100BaseT 4-wire 1024 per the Star 100 Mbps RJ 45 100 Meter...
  • Page 88: Xdsl

    Licenses 5.5.6 xDSL Transceiver Media Max. Nodes Topol- Max. Connector Max. Distance Remarks per Segment Speed Type without spe- cial HW ADSL 2-wire Point-to-point Point-to- Down- 5.4 km @ 1.544 www.blackbox.com copper point stream Mbps www.anixter.com 1.544 to 6.1 1.2 km @ 6.1 www.zyxel.com Mbps Mbps...
  • Page 89: Appendix A - Dms8000 Network Connectivity Options

    Appendix A – DMS8000 network connectivity options Appendix A – DMS8000 network connectivity options The following matrix shows the connectivity options currently available for DMS8000 MP4.81 systems. KEY: MM/MK MM8000 and MK8000 MM8000 only Direct CDI-Net Network LAN IP NK8000...
  • Page 90 Licenses Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_ a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 91: Appendix B - Checklist

    Licenses Appendix B – Checklist This checklist covers the networking and management station part of a project. It will help you to structure technical details while you and the representatives of the customer or the consultant are in the specification phase. Customer profile System configuration Migration status...
  • Page 92 Licenses If no, check with FS-DMS hotline to learn if this protocol is supported. Support mailbox: fs.support.sbt@siemens.com Support Centre intranet site: http://intranet.siemens.com/bt/csc-fs Network Point-to-point (serial) connections Are we in control of all the lines? Is the specification of all the cabling available?
  • Page 93 Licenses What other data is transferred over the network? Network configuration For each DMS-PC and Ethernet Port we need to know: IP-Address – Subnet mask – Default Gateway – Note: IP addresses must be static (DHCP not supported). Who is the responsible person for the IP-addresses and router configuration? Is a remote access necessary? If yes, how? (IntERnet IntRAnet, dial-up) Firewall configuration:...
  • Page 94 Licenses Which components have to be attached to the UPS? (hubs, routers, ...) Is a redundant backup line for the network planned? If yes, which type of dial-up (ISDN, PSTN, and GSM)? Building Technologies 049_DMS_DMS8000_Application_Specification_Planning_MP4.81_A6V10063710_a_en.doc CPS Fire Safety 09.2016...
  • Page 96 Issued by Siemens Switzerland Ltd Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug Tel. +41 41-724 24 24 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Document no. A6V10063710_a_en DMS8000 Sales Material Edition 09.2016 Section 4...

This manual is also suitable for:

Nk8000Mm8000Mk8000